This film made me realize how likable Marshall-Green actually can be as an action hero. One hopes to see him extend the series at least to see him get something better.
None of this is bad. It's mostly bland thrills and chills where women overcome what weak men and demons put them through. It doesn't further the journey, like the second and best film in the series. It's just another loose strand that tries to add to the outfit.
It's understandable that this franchise could go on forever and for no real reason other than people like to see mishaps with painful contraptions. If they really wanted to work as hard at scaring you, they'd work on your mind as much as the eyes.
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